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Curbside Pickup

How does this service work?

Search for material then place hold. 

Wait for an email or text notice when the item is available for pickup.

Check pickup library hours below and contact the library to schedule a pickup time.

When you arrive at the library, look for the curbside pickup sign in the parking lot and park in the designated spot.

Call the designated telephone number on the sign to alert staff of your arrival.
Library staff will deliver item (s) to your car.

Search for Material & Place a Hold
In the library catalog, enter keywords in the quick search field. Ex: title, author, etc.
On the next screen (list of results), click/tap the More About It button.
On the right-hand side, click/tap the Place Hold button.
If you are not signed in, enter your library card number and PIN then click/tap Log In.
Choose pickup library from the drop-down list.
Click/tap the Submit Request button.
Reset PIN
If you have forgotten your PIN, reset it via the online library catalog.
An email address must be on file at the Library to reset it.
Reset the PIN within an hour of receiving the confirmation email. Otherwise, you'll need to repeat the reset process.
Update Your Phone Number
Contact Live Chat, library staff, or you may do it yourself within the library catalog.

Access library catalog.
Access My Account - My Information - Contact Information and Preferences - Contact Information.
Make changes then click/tap Submit Change Request.
NOTE: This option is not available within the library's mobile app.

CPPL and Sulphur Parks and Recreation partnered to bring the Little Free Library movement to the Sulphur community.

Current Locations

History and Vision
The movement was first launched in 2009 in Wisconsin by a man named Tod Bol.
Bol built a structure resembling a small schoolhouse in the front yard of his home in Hudson, and he encouraged neighbors and community members to borrow and return books from his miniature library.
Bol said that "children and adults alike began making regular visits to his library, and it seemed to stimulate and fulfill an intrinsic need to connect with each other in an authentic way."
"Little Free Libraries provide neighbors a way to share their love of reading, develop interests and share their passions across all demographics."
The Vision
The vision in the previous section is exactly what former Sulphur Regional Library Branch Manager, Esther Pennington had in mind when she approached former Director of Sulphur Parks and Recreation, Norman Farr about a local Little Free Library.
“The beautiful park, The Grove of Heritage Square, offered the perfect location and setting for the Little Free Library and the perfect opportunity for community partnership that would improve access to reading materials, promote a sense of community beyond the wall so the library and promote literacy and a love of reading", said Pennington. “We hope residents will enjoy a stroll in the park and stop by the Little Free Library to browse the selection of materials provided primarily by donations. It is everyone’s library."
We also want to give a big SHOUT OUT, and THANKS to Karl Matte, carpenter for the Sulphur Little Free Library. As of February 2013, all 50 states and 40 countries worldwide had been involved in the LFL literacy program. As of 2013, there were 5,000 registered Little Free Libraries in the world, with an estimated 1,000 unregistered. The Little Free Library in Sulphur is among the registered libraries and is on the World Map for Little Free Libraries. Find out more about the Little Free Library movement in the United States and worldwide.